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Microsoft Adds a Touch of Business Intelligence to Office 365

Attention all Microsoft users.  Do you have Power BI for Microsoft 365?  What is Power BI and what types of benefits does it have?  Power BI is an add-on cloud based application that  has a collection of features and services that allows you to visualize data, share discoveries and participate intuitive new ways.  It provides […]

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Kaspersky Details Sophisticated ‘Mask’ Robber Ops

Why should I protect my computers or technology devices from getting viruses?  What does anti-malware do to protect my computers system from getting sick?  What type of security anti-malware software do you have that keeps your computers from getting viruses?  Being protected from viruses whether it is your personal health or your computers health is […]

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Adobe patches two critical vulnerabilities in Shockwave Player

Do you have Adobe software on your computer?  Adobe recently released patches for Shockwave Player that would allow attackers to remotely take over your computer system. “Adobe Systems released a security update for Shockwave Player in order to address two vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to remotely take control of affected systems.  The new Shockwave […]

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Time to extend that support contract? No more free firmware for HP servers Starting February 19th

Is your contract with HP up for renewal?  Did you know that starting February 19 free firmware will no longer be available?  “Hewlett-Packard server customers might have a new expense to worry about for older ProLiant models: the company no longer gives away firmware updates to just anyone.  Instead, the update is available only if […]

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Windows 8.1 leaked update reveals PC-friendly changes

Are you using Windows 8.1 programs?  Windows 8.1 will soon have new updates that will provide better tech support for the mouse and keyboard. “An update that could hit Windows 8.1 in March should prove more friendly to plain, old-fashioned PC users.  The update already had been revealed in January, courtesy of screenshots from Windows leaker […]

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Yahoo Reports Security Attack on Mail Accounts Once Again

Do you have a Yahoo mail account?  Security attacks are going wild and Yahoo just reported security attacks once again on email accounts.  Changing your password can definitely help secure your mail accounts. “In a blog post, the company said that the attack appears to have come from a third party database being compromised, and not […]

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Still running on XP/Office 2003?

Microsoft is ending complete support on MS Office 2003, on April 8, 2014.  Is your office ready?  Do you need any advice about the Microsoft options that would best suit for your firm’s technological needs?  If so, Cohen Electronics, LLC can help you with all of your technology needs. For more information please call us […]

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Important Unpatched Vulnerabilities

Do you currently have the most updated programs and applications versions downloaded on your devices?  If not, down below you will find an overview of what programs and applications have the newest updates.  If you are unsure or don’t feel comfortable downloading any of these programs, please don’t hesitate to give us a call and […]

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Ransomware Virus Cryptolocker Mixes Old and New Tricks to Exploit Vulnerable Systems, Resisting Typical Anti-virus Protocols

High Alert!  There is a new ransomware virus Cryptolocker causing harm to computers.  “Cryptolocker virus infiltrates computer systems in a fairly typical way. Unsuspecting users download what they believe is tracking information for a package, only to see their files be locked tight within a virtually unbreakable encryption algorithm.” For more information and to read […]

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As Target fallout continues,incidents of fraud emerge

Why is it so important that everything you own be secured?  “For some Target (TGT) customers, the nightmare is just beginning.  With Target’s security breach, thieves didn’t stop at swiping payment card numbers belonging to 40 million customers. Criminals also stole data, such as addresses and emails, for up to 70 million Target shoppers. Unfortunately, […]

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